(Full Measure) – When you hear "rock music," your first thought is likely not Christian. But film producer and author Mark Joseph argues there's been a fascinating, little-noticed culture shift in the music industry. He writes about it in his new book: Rock Gets Religion: The Battle for the Soul of the Devil's music.
Mark Joseph: The bottom line is that religious people dropped out of pop culture somewhere, in the case of music, somewhere in the late 60's early 70's and created their own subculture which we kind of derisively called Christian rock. But that phenomenon has changed as a lot of those folks came back into the mainstream music business.
Sharyl: What time frame are we talking about where this change has happened?
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